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This year’s annual celebration highlighting the peak of home construction in the region was held a little farther north than in past years as the 2022 Parade of Homes event came to North Clark … more
Hockinson Hawks Head coach: Clint LeCount Classification: 2A League: Greater St. Helens League 2021 season stats: 7-3 The Hockinson Hawks started their season winning their first game … more
A teachers strike in the Ridgefield School District is at an end after the district and the teachers union reached a tentative agreement on Sunday. On Sept. 18, both the district and the … more
A longstanding Brush Prairie farm will celebrate 150 years of operation on Sunday with an event that shows off the operation’s many attractions and … more
La Center Wildcats Head coach: John Lambert Classification: 1A League: Trico 2021 season stats: 6-3 The La Center Wildcats football team is looking to rebound after they experienced a … more
Metal and punk rock fans rejoiced as a free concert was held at Kiwanis Park in Battle Ground last Friday. Mel Becker, the singer and keyboard player of the band Filthy Rags, said the theme of the … more
The Kalama fire on the south side of Mount St. Helens grew to approximately 107 acres over the weekend, according to an update issued on Sept. 12.  The cause of the fire, which is located … more
The Kalama fire has grown to 90 acres in size, according to Clark County Fire District 10. The fire, located southeast of the Kalama Horse Camp on the south side of Mount St. Helens, was first … more
The first day of school for North Clark County looked a little different from the past two years, but it was the most normal return to class local districts have seen since the start of the COVID-19 … more
A Clark County Christian school’s physical expansion into North Clark County is complete. On Sept. 1, Cornerstone Christian Academy hosted an open house at its new Battle Ground campus ahead … more
High school football teams are now back in action across Clark County. Battle Ground High School and Prairie  High School held their first games on Sept. 2 after two weeks of practice, which … more
Winemakers across Southwest Washington hope to federally recognize the region for its grape-growing and production. On Aug. 15, the Southwest Washington Winery Association announced it had … more
Rare Earth Decor, a gift shop in Ridgefield, sells a number of unique items that include trinkets crafted out of recycled glass from Indonesia and metal sculptures from various parts of the United … more
The City of Woodland held its last Hot Summer Nights event at Horseshoe Lake Park on Aug. 19, as the band Senior Moments played among a variety of … more
U.S. Sen. Patty Murray visited the office of the Area Agency on Aging & Disabilities of Southwest Washington (AAADSW) on Aug. 17 to take part in a roundtable discussion that focused on the … more
Battle Ground Natural Healing offers a treasure trove of cannabidiol products, or CBD, to treat a variety of health conditions without the side effects people may experience from traditional … more
Volcanoes don’t discriminate when they blast, so why should any one group of people be over-represented in further understanding their effects? Scientists with the U.S. Geological Survey … more
Thousands of people poured into the gates of the Clark County Fairgrounds on Aug. 5 as the long-awaited fair returned to Ridgefield.  Butler Amusements featured a plethora of beloved carnival … more
La Center High School’s Environmental Action Team traveled to Washington, D.C. on July 26 after their school was named a U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon School.  The … more
Ridgefield had a lot to celebrate on Saturday, as the city showed off its municipal muscle and boats raced to conquer the waters of Lake River as quickly as possible. On Saturday, Aug. 6, the city … more
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